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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SHOE REPAIRING is economical, serviceable and cotrifortable when repaired by our "Goodyear System." ROTHWELL & KNOWLDEN 611 4th Ave. Siouth. Phone 1717. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD IT COSTS LESS TO EAT At tlw COMMERCIAL CAFE QUALITY UP --w-pR|CE*9 DOWN Jerg en's Delightful to wash wrth Leaves the skin perfumed >.vitli the (xlor of real Violeta, an o6ot universally loved and adopted more of�n combined. often all other Violet Glycerine Soap ii^ healing, soothing and softening,' to the S.'^:-...15c The STOKES DRUG CO., LTD. Druggists and Stationers. Next Dallas Hotel. Phone 1487. \ mm 1 FRESH GROCERIES OUR LARGE TURNOVER ENABLES US TO KEEP OUR STOCK CLEAN AND FRESH. BELOW ARE SOME INTERESTING PRICES ON QUALITY GOODS: - Flour, best grades, 98 lb. sacks .............$5.50 Coffee. Polo, special per pound ..............60c Te.i. Blue Ribbon,'2'/a lbs. packets .........$1.35 Carn.ition Milk, tall tins----...............19c Tomatoes, Quaker Brand, tin ...............19c Robin Hood Rolled Oats, 20 lbs..............SBc Cod Fish, boneless, ?. boxes for..............95f Limburgcr Cheese, per brick.................60c Corn on the Cob, gallon tins ................85o Flake White Shortening, 5 lb tin -.,...........$1.15 Apples, Wagnerr, for cooltirfl, per box .....$2.25 Oranges, rrjular '"rOc siic. per dorcn .........30; Dairy Butter, 2 pounds .....................85c Squirrel Peanut Butter, 1 II) tins.............35o RsiciM.-;. Grifrin's Socd;cr-:;, 2 p.iikets .........45c Cli.Tneil C;'Prants, par pound ................25t Plne.ipplc Marmalade (Mrs. Eamcii's) - . 4 pound tins..........................$1.30 Holland Herring, per keg...............-$1.75 CELEftY. LETTUCE, CUCUMBERS, TOMATOES. GREEN ONIONS, RHUBARB, ETC., ETC. FRESH FOR SATURDAY. GOOD CO., LTD. LETHBRIDGE STORE. Attention Farmers!!! We've a 15-30 Gas Pull Rumely Engine It has been overhauled, and is in first-class working order. We are willing to sacri- fl?�jrrp^ fice for caslr sale. Sacrifice price......tOO I tl Baalim Motor ?o.� Ltd. SVERYTHIKQ FOR THE AUTO Buy Your Hardware Now There Will Be No Dust Scattering In If I You're Equipped With These Helps Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy i Hoglua...... \\1 .. Cloudy AT OUR Closing Out Sale EVERYTHING IN THE STOCK AT COST PRICE Taylor Hardware PHONE 761.  310 FIFTH STREET SOUTH. April Records Now On Sale All the latest "hit" Records. J.D.HIGINBOTHAM k CO., LIMITED IVholeiaItt and Rstall Chemltta Phones '322-1515 Lethbrldge, Alberta, Canada . l'l' h; .. . -.',2 l's . . . 41 .. In the wost been iiio.stly Clear Cloudy Clear Clear tlm past fair and i .Siiskutoou Prince Albert , Winnipeg .. . Port Arthur . 'I'lie veatUer 24 hours lias milder. Forecasts Manitoba-Mostly fair and mild td-day and part oC Saturday. SaskatcUewau and Alberta-Mostly | fair and mild today; turnini; somewhat colder ou Saturday, with snow I'liir- c ries. i CITY AND DISTRICT der. Admission, which includes tea. .sandwiches, cake and ico cream. 50c. j Good music wil he provided and danc-,ing will be the order of tlic afternoon. I 1072 The women With L. Keel Again Klnier Kester is agaia (in the sales staff at L. Keel's stovi-. Choir Practice j The regular weekly practice of St. Patrick's choir will he held tonight at S (J'clock. Personal Mention Among those regi.^iorpil at local | hotels today are: F. P.. liond. Wren-' tham; W. K. Kllis, Graniim; V,tii. in the G. W. V. A, Club Uoonts from 3.30 to G p.m. There will he a miscellaneous stall, where you can pur-j chase all kinds of little odd things, 'dainty tea aprons, dcdlifs. pin cusli-' iong, tiny bootees, etc., for T5c or un- an address by brother and a good program has been arranged. Ladies please bring a cake or sandwiches. A hearty welcome to all members. ]i)S4 The visual dance will be held in the K. of P. hall on Saturday. March liith. Music by the Illue Bird  Orchestra. Gent.'j ?1.00, ladies 25 cents. 707 VALUE OF MINERAL PRODUCTION HATBRITE 3Sc per bottle The People's Drug Storie 414 13TH ST. N. - W. H. McCAFFREY. - PHONE 445. OPEN UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK EVERY NIGHT. OTTAWA.-The total value- of mineral production in Canada during 1920 is estimated by the departnieiit of mines at about $2(i0,000,000 as compared with $17G,CS(5,3n0 in 1919. Totjil coal i)roduction in Canada is .estimated on the basis of a nine months record at not less than 10,000.000 short tons, exceeding the 1919 estimate by about 3,000,000 tons. "K.vil Real and Unreal. It's Origin and Purpose and Our Altitude Toward it," Mr. Ia)o. :M, Coombs will supply a special musical jirogram. Recreation Day Tomorrow afternoon is the bis recreation period in Father and Son week. .\l L' o'clock there will be a Father ar^d Sou hike; at n o'chicj; there will be a Father and Son pyni hour. This will consist of a munliei-of contests betwcf^n the Fathers and Rons and it is quile likely that the Dads v.ill gel back some old pep and trim the sons at their own games. Following ilin fun on the gym there will be a Fatli^'r and Son sv.-im. i.nd then the Dads v.-jll have to watch out or they will be in for a ducking. Births, Deaths, Funerals We Have Received Our Stock of FORMALDEHYDE, GOPHERCIDE, AND STRYCHNINE Get om- prices. 364 APE PROMPT WE ARE CAREFUL Births, Deaths, Funeral Notices, Cards of Thanks, In Memoriam, carried in this column at 12 cents ps"-line, each Inscrt^n, minimum 50c, payable In advance. Much black and white in combination are noted at Havana this season, I especially white silk jersey or crepe pleated skirts, or sports dresses with MODEL BAKERY BREAD The dependable, hich quality Bread. PROVED BEST BY TEST At all grocer.-^, or phone 1175. RY PHONE 1175. pieateu SKiris, or sports dresses with r ..n i,n r r ' black sweater-like jackets, or Tuxedo.s : " nn^t nf Tt ^r-^h hJni of crepe trimmed with black and white ; ^Tt "oi vn ifi i '"' ^ stripes. I twelve bids. City Awards Lumber Contract The contract for supplying lumber for rei^ovatinc; the flooring of the .North Side oviMhead bridge, which is in a very delapidated condition, ju'ac-tically falling through,, and for other lumber requirements in the city for the coming season, has been granted Co., for tlio the lowest N. J. SCHWEITZER, Prop. AUCTFONEER of household effects and sales of every description. Farm sales a specialty. If wo pleaae yon, loll others- If we do not, tell us. Room J. A. SMITH Phone 1598. 4, Alberta Loan Block Care of Cemetery Plots The city intfuds to assume thene-.sponslbility of looking after individual graves in tlie public cemetery in the way of keeping the grass intact, etc. A char=;e annually of ?5 for BORN .TOllNSON'-To -Mr. and Mrs. Frcil .fohnson. 214 5th Ave. S.. on Thursday, ?.Iarch 17th, a son. , S2~l WILSON'S SPECIALS for SATURDAY Oranges; special, 2 dozen for................45c Ginger Snaps; .per lb.......................25c Corn, Peas, anci Tomatoes; special, per tin.....20c BANANAS, GRAPE FRUIT. CELERY, LETTUCE, NEW CABBAGE, ETC., IN STOCK. D. & R. WILSON 1112 6TH AVE. SOUTH. FREE DELIVERY PHONE 657. DIED KEDny-On March IGth, 1921. at his farm, eighteen miles east of Warner, John Richard Reddy. aged 5G years. The remains arc being brought to Lethbrldge on this afternoon's train anil the funeral will take place from Fotlerly's parlors on Saturday. March 19th, at 2.;50. Interment will take place in the public cemetery. ^Irs. 1). Sorbra, I'oalhurst; wreath. Mr. and ^Irs. James Sandham, Red neor; sprays, Mrs. 11. � I'ouncil have placed the tax rale -...i mills. and the _ the 39th Battery, also the matron and nurses of ^ho Gait hospital and -his private nurse, Miss Richards, and for the beantifnl floral tributes from the following: Pillow, grandma and Fred Neidig; g\in, oflicers, N. C. O.'s and men of the .'i9tli Hattery, V.. F. .\., Lethbridge; wreath, Canadian Order of Foresters; cross, teachers and clasH males of lli:;h School; cross, Mr. and ^Irs. A. -Neidig iinil family, anchor, Mr. and OUR WEEK-END SUPPLY OF Morfread's Chocolates Arrived Tills Morning 75c � Regular price $1.00 lb,; SATURDAY, lb....... Vi^E COMPOUND YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ACCORDING TO YOUK DOCTOR'S ORDERS. Prompt and Courteous Service. The HUSBAND DRUG CO. PHONE 1524. NEXT THE GOOD CO. "OUR BEST" FLOUR The best h-^ alwavs the cheapest. That is why "OUR BEST" is so popular with the bakers. When vou want volume with flavor use "OUR BEST." Handled by all leading merchants. Ellison Milling & Elevator Co., Ltd. OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK * PRESCRIPTIONS 1.-Wo guarantee the nuality of every prescription we fill, as to purity of drugs used, accuracy, and as being strictly in accordance �with the doctor's orders, 2.-It it is not convenient for your doctor to phone the prescription to us, just phone us that you have one to I>o filled and we will send a special messenger to your house for it, and deliver with all speed. ?>.-others riro sending their proscriptions to \is to bo filled CORRECTLY. Why not you'.' �l.- Xono but graduates dispense iu our Prescription Department. THE mil Wm ORUG G PHONE 772. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A NEW INDUSTRY (THE ONLY ONE IN THE \WE6T) .,\ti.^. WE HAVE INSTALLED A MODERN PLANT "!�:?|?^' FOR MANUFACTURING ' COUNTER CHECK BOOKS Carbon Leaf or Carbon Back Style*. Send your sample for our,price. PROMPT DELIVERY. EVERALL'S LIMITED STATIONERS AND PRINTErtS THIRD AVKNUE OUTH ;